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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN-
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1926 Number 136
Convocation, Friday, April 2:
There will be a convocation of the University at which the members of
the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club will be tle. TEniyer ity's guests Friday,
April 2, at 11:00 A. M. in Hill Auditorium. Professor Bliss Perry will de~
liver an address on the subject "Types of Teachers I Have Known."
Ifi accordance with the custom of past years classes, with the exception
of clAiies, will be dismissed at the hour of the convocation to permit the
attendance 6f students and faculty.
M mb'ers of the faculty are requested to enter by the rear doors of Hill
Audtorium and to pass directly to seats which will be providded for them
on the stage. Academic costume will not be worn.
C. C. Little.
Burton Memorial Lecture:
On Tusday, March 30, and Wednesday, March 31, at 8:00 P. M. in Hill
auditorium, Prof. William Sandoz will present his famous and unique Euro-
pean pictures in color. This is the second of the series planned by the
Student council to raie funds for the Burton Memorial Carillon.
Michigan Schoolmasters' Club:
Students are invited to attend the general sessions and group confer-
ences of the sixty-first meeting of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club, Thurs-
day, Friday, and Saturday, April 1, 2, and 3. Tickets may be obtained at
the Recorder's office, Room 4, Universify Hail, starting Thursday morning,
Ira M . SJmith, Registrair.
The duron't Fellowship in Chemistry:
Graduate students of proved experience may apply for appointment to
this important fellowship. Blanks for application may be had at the office
of the Graduate School. Applicants are advised to confer with Professor
Gomberg of Professor Bigelow of the Department of Chemistry. Applica-
tions should be filed with me before April 5.
Alfred H. Lloyd.
Faculty, Colleges Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Wednesday,
March 31, at 4:15 P. M., in Room 411 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Off Camlnws Practice Teaching:
All candidates for off campus practice teaching must inform me of
their personal plans immediately.
A final meeting of the group is hereby called for Wednesday, March 31,
at 4:00 P. M., Room 110, Tappan Hall.
C. 0. Davis.
Econoinics 192 (Economics of Consumption) and 19 (Distribution):
I shall be unable to meet these classes for a few days. Assignments
will be posted in Graduate Reading Room 4, and notice will be given in this
bulletin as to when meetings will resume.
Z. C. Dickinson.
Psychology 119. Vocational Psychology:
There will be an examination Thursday of this week covering pages 14
to 20 in Chapter 1, pages 34 to 48 in Chapter 2, and all of 'Chapters 3, 4, 5,
and 6. There will be no class today (Tuesday).
C. i. Oriffitts.
Psychology 31; Midsemester Examination:
The midsemester examination in Psychology 31 will be held Wednesday,
Marh' 31, at 11 o'clock. Students assigned to odd-numbered seats below the
railing 'will take their examination in Newberry Hall. Students assigned
to odd-numbered seats above the railing will take their examinations in Room
231, Angell Hall. Students assigned to even-numbered seats will remain
in N. S. Auditorium.
Class dues must be paid before Spring vacation. Payable today and
Wedensday from 11-12 and 1-3:00.
J. A. Graves, Treasu'er
Seniors; College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
An opportunity will be given senior Literary students to pay their class
dues Tuesday, March 30th, from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. in the main lobby off
Chas. D. Spencer, Treas.
I will be unable to meet my classes this week.
J. B. Moore.
At this week's regular meeting of Alpha Nu debating society, being
held tonight at 7:45 in the chapter room on the fourth floor of Angell hall,
Dean Bursley will give a discussion on Present day industry. Members are
i urged to bring their friends and visitors are invited.
I' Robt. E. innich Pres.
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4: 15 P. M. Tuesday, March 30, in
Room 1041, New Physics Building. 'Dr. W. W. Sleator will speak on "Iluy-
gens' Principle and the propagation of Waves"--.N-. 3. Anyone interested
is invited to attend.
. h. Colby.
Dean Lloyd will read a paper to the Society Tuesday evening, MarchI
. 30th, at 8 o'clock in Room 106 M. I1. on "Science and Mystery."
G. T. Vander Lugt, Arch-Acolyte.
S. A. M. ,E:
The regular meeting of the U. of M. section will be held Tuesday at
7:30 at the Union.
John G. Perkins.
A. S. C. E.:
The Student Chapter of A. S. C. .E. will hold its Spring initiation ban-
quet at the Michigan Union, in conjunction with the Civil Engineering
Faculty dinner, on Tuesday, March 30th, at 6:00 P. M.
Alfred E. Hansen, Vice-President.
PE LainLda Theta:
Pi Lambda Theta will meet at S o'clock, Wednesday, in the Martha
Doris Glines, President.
Mathematical Association of;Amerca:
The meeting of the Michigan Section will be 'held Thursday, April 1, at
9 A..M., in Room 301 Mason Hall. Papers will be presented by Messrs,
Reid, Denton, Shohat, Nelson, Kayarinoff, Grove, Kimball, and C. E. Smith.
A cordial invitation is extended to all who are interested in matheinatics
whether members of the .section, or -uot.
Borman Anning, Secretary.
ADETISIN IS SUBJECT
OF YOCTIONAL LECTUR
Gordon W. Kinsbury, '11, will lec-
ture on "Advertising," the seventh
vocational talk to be given under. the
vocational council committee of the
Student Christian association, at 4:15'
o'clock today in Natural Science
auditorium. This address will deal
with the opportunities for men in the
field of advertising, and with the way
an advertiser must spend his time.
Mr. Kingsbury, formerly advertising,
manager of the Diamond Crystal Salt
company, has recently turnel' his e4f.
forts to electrical refrigeration pub-1
I licity at present managing the adver-
IUsing of the Kelvinator company of
Detroit, and holding the chairmanship
of the advertising committee of the,
Electric Refrigeration corporation.as
Besides his campus, positions asl
president of the Student Christian as-
sociation, business manager of the
Michiganensian, manager and editor
of the Student Directory,,'chairman ofj
the senior memorial committee, and
assistant manager of the Musical)
clubs, Mr. Kingsbury was also a
member of Michigamua, Druids, and'
'28, Dies Suddenly
Jessie Stevenson, '28, died suddenly
Saturday morning at her room from
a complication accompanying a throat
Infection she had contracted several
days previously. Miss Stevenson's
home was in Bradford, Pa.
WAITE BLAMES HUMAN ELE3IENTj
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32, and two others over 30 times each.
All this time the defendants were out
on bail and of course cared little;
whether or not the cases ever came
up for trial. Meanwhile in such, cases
evidence becomes stale, .wjtnesses
move away or are approached and per-
haps intimidated. This is a matter not.
of the law but of its administration."'
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.
Sociedad Hispanica will hold a
social meeting at 7:30 o'clock in the
Upper room, Lane hall.
Its Eye On Mexico
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, March 29. - Thj
Washington government is taking
note of the recent anti-American out-
breaks. in Mexico, but there is no in-
dication; thus far whether it will feel
impelled t'o - bring strong diplomatic
pressure to bear at Mic6o City.
It was disclosed Saturday Ameri-
can AmbassadorSheffield had deliver-
ed a note' to the' Mexican foreign of-
fice asking' that quick action be tak-
en to capture and punish the bandits
who kidnapped and robbed a group of
American mining engineers in Du-
The state department declined to
discuss.any.details of the negotiations
thus begun, or-to predict where they
might lead. The impression was giv-
en, however, that the action of the
ambassador was not to be regarded
as constituting a "protest," within
the meaning of that term as used in
Dean John R. Effinger, of the liter-
ary college, was re-elected for a term
.of three years to the commission on
institutions of higher education of the
NorthCentral.Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools at the conven-
tion of tlhat organization held recent-
ly in Chicago.
Prof. C, 0. Davis, of -the Smchool of
Education, was honored at the recent
conference, by the election to the ed-
itorship of the Association Quarterly.
This publication is the official organj
of the associatiofi, and is distributed
among the leading universities andj
secondary schools of the 20 north cen-
GIRARDVILLE, Pa. - Salvatore
Vereria, of this city, is living with a
bullet in his heart.
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Hundreds- of new Spring custom tailored Suits and Topcoats placed
on sale starting this morning at 9 a. m., at the lowest prices ever quoted on
garments of this high character.
These "Sayings! ' ie
An Interpretation of the Teachings of Jesus
By LLOYD C.. DOUGLAS
of Custom Tailored.
Topcoats and Imported Furnishings
for Men on Sale
this Sale -Savings
Make it a point to be here today.
Remember, a look entails no
Gordon Kingsbury, '11, will speak on "Advertising," as the ,seventh vo-
cationa l lecture arranged by the Vocational Counsel ,Committee of the S. C.
A. at Natural Science Auditorium, on Tuesday, March 30, at 4:15.
I. A. Wenger, Chairman.
Picture Exh Iit:
The exhibit of reproductions "Life through Artist's Eyes" which con-
tains pictures on war and on social problems will be open to the public in
Laie Hall Auditorium for three more days. No admission is charged.
Mr. Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give the following pro-
gram in Hill Auditorium on Wednesday afternoon, March 31st, at 4:15 P. M.:
Two Choral Preludes, "When My Last Hour is at Hand" and "0 Sacred
head Once Wounded" (Bach); Prayer, (Ravenenllo); Gethesemane, (Mall-
ing); Choral and Fugue, Sonata V, (Guilmant); In Paradisum, (Debois);
Good Friday Music from "Pasifal," (Wagner).
Charles A. Sink.
Faculty Women's Club:
The Play-reading section will meet at 2:30 P. M. today at the home of
Mrs. U. B. Phillips, 1954 Cambridge Road.
Edith B. Ford, Chairman.
Journal Club in Public Health:
The regular weekly meeting of the Journal Club in Hygiene and Public
l* ealth will be held Tuesday, March 30, at 4:00 P. M., Waterman Gymnasium,
Room 20. Mr. Isaminger and Dr. Sundwall will report.
obligation to buy. To convince yourself that this is truly the greatest sale
vci held, visit: every store in this entire community, compare their prices and
quality, then come to this sale andsee with your own eyes this entire stock
AT THE THEATERS
Arcade-"The Cohens, and the
Kellys," with Vera Gordon.
Majestic- "Behind the Front,"
of custom tailored suits and topcoats and imported furnishings
less than inferior qualities cost elsewhere.
Again we say-Be Here Today!
W'deth - "Sally, Irene,
Mary," with Sally O'Neil.
Garrick (Detroit)-"What Price
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit)'-
"Betty Dear," with Richard
New Detroit (Detroit) - "They
Knew What They Wanted,"
with Richard Dennett and
For All Makes of Care.
TIRES FOR SALE.
S UNK CARS BOUGHT.
KESSLER BROS., Canal Street
u STATE STREET JEWELERS
Viit"Our 'Optical Department
entire Stock NVo~w
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IHDonstelle Co. Matinee Y
A Comedy by
Jesse Lynch Williams